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The Kansas City Chiefs and the Week 6 Power Rankings

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ESPN #25 Last week #21

How bad has it gotten in K.C.? Tight end Tony Gonzalez is hoping the final-play TD the Chiefs scored to avoid being shut out by the Jags is 'something we can build from.' Well, might be easier if the Chiefs had a running game..
CBS #25 Last week #21
It's time to go to Brodie Croyle. He's their future and this season is going bad in a hurry. He plays for an injured Damon Huard and here's a bet he stays there.
Fox Sports #21 Last week #17
Larry Johnson ran for 138 yards and scored three touchdowns against the Jaguars in the final game of the 2006 season. He was held to 12 yards on nine carries against Jacksonville on Sunday. What a difference a few months make. Damon Huard went down with an injury, the defense gave up a pair of big first-half plays and the team suffered from poor field position all afternoon — starting their first three second-half possessions on their own 3-, 20-, and 8-yard lines. Kansas City had won their last two games and seemed to be rolling coming into the matchup. Now, it looks like it's back to the drawing board for Herm Edwards and company.
Expect the Chiefs to hover between the 17th and the 25th spot all season in these power rankings. No matter what happens, I think most of these sportswriters already have their angle on the Chiefs and they probably won't stray too far from it. That would be too much work.

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